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HOW TO CHANGE REAR ROTORS ON A 2004 MITTSUBISHI ENDEAVOR

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    Colin Stickland May 11, 2010

    please explain in queens english what you mean by ROTORS do you mean rear brake discs or have you a helicopter to beat the traffic

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Take the wheel off.

Remove the two 14mm bolts holding the caliper bracket on.
They are the two farther inboard, behind the hub.

Slide the caliper and its bracket off the rotor and support it so you do not strain the brake hose.

Slide the rotor off.

If the rotor is stuck/rusty, you take take a hammer and tap on the hub section of the rotor to loosen it.

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

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If the rotors are really rusted on, screw two metric 8 bolts into the small holes on the front of the rotors (next to the wheel bolts). As the rotor breaks lose you should hear a pop. Maybe even a pop for each bolt.

Posted on Jul 30, 2012

  • Cubic Jul 30, 2012

    Meant to say M8 or 8mm bolrs

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